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by jmag999

ble_app_hrs_freertos running in Atollic TrueSTUDIO

This post describes how you can get the ble_app_hrs_freertos example project running in Atollic TrueSTUDIO 8.0 on a pca10040 board. This is a managed make build, it does not rely on the makefile provided by Nordic. No Nordic source files are changed and it even uses the existing gcc linker files from Nordic.

Steps:

1) Download and install Atollic 8.0

https://atollic.com/resources/download/windows/

2) Download and unzip nRF_SDK_14.0.0_3bcc1f7.

https://www.nordicsemi.com/eng/nordic/download_resource/59011/63/24104622/116085

3) Download the project zip file.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/7ugxchh55kg13pn/Atollic-Nordic-SDK14.0...

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by Radosław Koppel

FreeRTOS threads preview with J-Link, GDB/Eclipse

Short note how to make FreeRTOS program debugging with eclipse little simpler.

If you are looking the information how to configure the whole environment see this post: https://devzone.nordicsemi.com/tutorials/7/development-with-gcc-and-eclipse/

What we get out of the box

Most low power applications stays most of the timer in idle. Ideally it would be tickless-idle. The problem begins if our program behaves strangely and we would like to stop it and check what is going on.

Lets get blinky_freertos example. Run it and halt just in random moment. Until you are very lucky you would stop somewhere in...

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by Tim

Profiling the Softdevice and FreeRTOS with Segger SystemView

In a previous blog post, RK has shown us how to use Segger SystemView to monitor a bare-metal application as well as the Softdevice. Based on his work, we will see how to go further and add FreeRTOS to SystemView in order to monitor the RTOS tasks and events.

Prerequisites :

The following steps are based on the Heart Rate application with FreeRTOS example located in the SDK...

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